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2017 Old World Prague & the Blue Danube

13 Days from only $3595 including international airfare

ABOARD OUR PRIVATELY OWNED 140- TO 164-PASSENGER SHIPS DESIGNED FOR AMERICAN TRAVELERS

Hungary: Budapest • Slovakia: Bratislava • Austria: Vienna, Krems • Czech Republic: Cesky Krumlov, Prague

Trip Experience

Watch travelers explore Budapest, Bratislava, and Prague on walking tours of each city.

Trip Itinerary

Get more information about your detailed itinerary, like optional tours and exclusive Discovery Series events.

Trip Extension: Poland

See travelers exploring Krakow and Warsaw, including a visit to Auschwitz, on their optional extension.

Trip Extension: Budapest

Discover the alluring architectural, artistic, and culinary traditions of Budapest on our optional extension.

Program Director

Find out why Istvan Pinter thinks the Hospital in the Rock and Market Hall are must-sees when in Budapest.

Program Director

Get an inside look into Program Director Tereza Libichova's life outside of guiding.

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Prague and Budapest

Join travel expert Rudy Maxa to discover the Old World splendor on display in Prague and Budapest.

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The Heart of Prague Pumps Lager

Toast to pilsner, and learn about the famous pale lager that has satisfied Czech beer fans since 1842.

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Budapest, Belvárosi, Nagyboldogasszony, Plébánia

Embark on a bird's-eye-view tour of the commanding "Queen of the Danube," in this incredible drone-shot film.

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Poland – Warsaw and Krakow: Sophisticated Sister Cities

Join the Grannies on Safari for a preview of the cultural delights on display during our trip extension to Poland.

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36 Hours in Vienna

Discover the modern food scene, imperial heritage, and artisanal offerings that await in Vienna.

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Berlin's hidden charm

From concert halls to currywurst stands—Berlin’s locals show you their favorite side of the city.

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The Best Puppet Show in Prague

Local artists show off their favorite spots in Prague—from a marionette workshop to a pub.

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Europe's Creative Hub

See how Berlin’s modern scene thrives alongside its ever-present history through the eyes of creative locals.

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Itinerary Overview

Follow in the footsteps of the Habsburgs on an enhanced Danube River Cruise Tour that celebrates not only the iconic ports of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire, but also some of central Europe’s most stunning river valleys. Explore the storied capital cities of Budapest, Bratislava, Vienna, and Prague on this comprehensive four-country journey—experience a slice of daily life in Slovakia ... sip Austria’s famed Wachau Valley wines and visit Mauthausen, one of the first large-scale Nazi concentration camps, during two NEW discoveries ... behold the storybook delights of Cesky Krumlov ... and cruise the legendary Danube in comfort aboard an award-winning river ship. Experience it all—from the impressive landscapes to local flavors—for less. In fact, we’ve reduced prices up to $500 per person on most 2017 departures.

Day-to-Day Itinerary

  • 3 nights from only $645

    Experience Budapest, the lively capital of Hungary and both the political and cultural heart of the nation. Full of monuments to its past, it is also a place of contemporary arts and culture, cafes and restaurants, and museums and galleries—all enhanced by the presence of the mighty Danube.

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  • Depart today for your flight to Budapest, Hungary.

  • View Budapest from aboard the MS Adagio

    Arriving in Budapest, you'll be met at the airport by a Grand Circle representative and transferred to your ship, joining travelers who took our Budapest, Hungary, pre-trip extension.

    Early this evening, gather onboard with your fellow travelers for a Port Talk—something you'll enjoy every evening throughout your Danube River Cruise Tour to learn a bit about Budapest. Your Program Director will describe the approaching port area and town prior to arrival so you can prepare for the next day's activities, including any free time you may have. After dinner aboard ship, enjoy a scenic cruise as the ship crosses from the Buda side of the Danube to Pest.

  • After breakfast, set off on a tour of Hungary’s lovely capital, situated on both sides of the magnificent Danube River. In Buda, on the western bank of the Danube, you’ll see Castle Hill, encircled by ramparts that protect the massive castle complex. Destroyed during World War II, the palace has been restored, approximating its original splendor, and it is now a vast museum complex, where remains of the original structure are displayed.

    Later, cross the Danube and see Heroes’ Square, with its Millennial Column set off by equestrian statues of historic ninth-century Magyar conquerors. The adjoining colonnade displays more statues of kings, dukes of Transylvania, and liberty fighters who influenced the history of Hungary. 

    Following lunch onboard, enjoy free time in Budapest to explore on your own. Perhaps you'll visit the Church of Our Lady, formerly used for the coronations of Hungarian kings. Its popular name of Matthias is in recognition of the Renaissance king who ruled in the 15th century and whose heraldic sign—a raven—is displayed on one of the towers of the church. Dating back to the 13th century, the structure is an interesting mix of architectural styles used during reconstruction of the building at different times in its history. Note that during the 150-year Turkish occupation of Hungary, the church served as Eski Djami (Old Mosque) for the Turks. Inside the church you can view art of Bertalan Szekely and Karoly Lotz, 19th-century Hungarian painters.

    Tonight, enjoy a Captain's Welcome Dinner.

  • Enjoy the morning at leisure to continue exploring Budapest, or choose to join an optional tour to discover the fascinating Hospital in the Rock. Connected to underground caves below Castle Hill in Buda, this hospital that tended to scores of sick and wounded during World War II, and again during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. It was even concerted into a nuclear fallout shelter during the Cold War. Today, it is a museum, with wax figures in period clothing and vintage medical equipment giving visitors a feel for the intensity of the work performed here.

    Then, return to the ship for lunch on board and begin your Central European River Cruise towards Bratislava. As you do, you'll enjoy scenic views of the historic city of Esztergom, along with riverside views of the remarkable 16th-century basilica that stands near the banks of the Danube.

    Tonight, learn about a few of the cherished customs of Central Europe, passed down through the generations, through the lens of your Program Director's personal experiences during an exclusive Discovery Series discussion.

  • Explore Slovakia's capital city Bratislava

    Arrive in Bratislava this morning, setting off on a walking tour after breakfast of Slovakia's capital, the famous Danube city with a picturesque setting at the foot of the Little Carpathian Mountains.

    Once the capital of Hungary, the city has a history dating back to Celtic and Roman times—with the Slavs settling here in the fifth century under their ruler, Bretislav. Under Hungarian rule, it was known as Pozsony, its German-speaking settlers called it Pressburg, and since 1918, it's been called by its Slavic name: Bratislava. The cityscape is dominated by its massive namesake castle, which was a favorite residence of the Habsburg Queen, Maria Theresa, and other aristocrats whose lovely houses cluster at its base.

    Explore Old Town, the historic heart of Bratislava, where you can witness the beautiful St. Martin's Cathedral, built in the 14th and 15th centuries. Stroll along the pedestrian zone to Michael's Gate with its 15th-century tower, offering excellent views of the city. You'll also walk by the Old Town Hall and the neoclassical Primate's Palace, built in the 1800s for the archbishop. In the Palace's Hall of Mirrors, Napoleon and the Austrian Emperor Francis I signed the historic Peace of Pressburg after the battle of Austerlitz in 1805.

    Enjoy time on your own in the city before returning to the ship for lunch. This afternoon, get a taste of local life in Bratislava when you visit the home of an area family for a Home-Hosted Visit complete with coffee and cake.

    This evening, partake in an onboard exclusive Discovery Series discussion about Bratislava's next generation before dinner with your fellow travelers.

  • 36 Hours in Vienna

    Discover the modern food scene, imperial heritage, and artisanal offerings that await in Vienna.

    Explore Vienna, Austria, this morning, starting at the Ringstrasse—Vienna's grand main boulevard—one of the many achievements of the Emperor Franz Joseph. In 1857, the Emperor ordered the demolition of the ancient city walls, which were no longer needed as fortifications and were impeding the growth of the city. In their place was constructed an elegant 2.5 mile-long boulevard, encircling the city center. The buildings that line the Ringstrasse bring together all the greatest architectural styles in an exuberant celebration of all that seemed possible during the Industrial Revolution.

    Continue on along the city sidewalks, passing by the well-known Imperial Palace, home to many generations of the Habsburg family, and the renowned Spanish Riding School. You'll also do as the locals do during your tour—enjoy a pause in your day at a local coffee house, savoring the relaxed culture (and accompanying culinary treats) of this famed Vienna tradition. Cap your discoveries with time to pursue your own interests before returning to the ship for lunch.

    The rest of the day is yours. You may want to head to the old Jewish Quarter to see the only Viennese synagogue to have survived the 1938 Kristallnacht. Or perhaps explore Austria's capital aboard a fiaker. These horse-drawn carriages have been in business since the 17th century, and drivers are happy to show you the sights and delight you with Viennese anecdotes. You'll also find out for yourself whether or not it's true that drivers whistle strains of Mozart's beloved Magic Flute as they conduct passengers through the city.

    After an early dinner onboard, enjoy an evening at leisure. Or, join an optional excursion to one of Vienna's famed concert halls to attend an enchanting performance of the classical Austrian music of Strauss and Mozart.

  • See Schonbrunn Palace on an optional tour in Vienna

    This morning, discover more of Vienna's charms on your own.

    Or, join us for an optional tour of the expansive summer estate of Habsburg royalty, Schoenbrunn Palace (whose name means “beautiful spring”). Featuring 1,400 rooms, meticulously maintained gardens, and an architectural legacy that stretches back to the 17th century, the palace is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your visit includes a tour of palace highlights and free time to spend exploring the palace's stunning park and gardens.

    As you cruise this afternoon, learn the secrets of Apfelstrudel during an exclusive Discovery Series baking demonstration—and sample the delicious pastry hot from the oven. Then tour the galley to see where your chef creates his sumptuous meals.

    After dinner tonight onboard, relax with your fellow travelers.

  • View Melk Abbey while touring Austria

    Discover Krems an der Donau—a large, charming town set at the confluence of the Krems and Danbue rivers—on a morning walking tour. Then, get an introduction to the region's established wine heritage at Winzer Krems, a famed local producer where you'll also enjoy a tasting.

    Return to the ship for lunch, then cruising along one of the most beautiful parts of the Danube—the Wachau Valley—this afternoon, taking in the stunning landscape of sculpted hills and medieval towns built along the river that comprise this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  • Wake up this morning in Linz, the capital of Upper Austria (one of the country's nine states) that bestrides the Danube. Disembark after breakfast to discoverer the city, followed by a bit of free time to further explore on your own.

    This afternoon, visit the Mauthausen concentration camp with a local guide.

    Tonight, gather with your fellow travelers for a Farewell Drink and Port Talk, followed by the Captain's Farewell Dinner.

  • View the soaring towers of Prague

    This morning, disembark in Linz and begin your transfer to Prague in the Czech Republic. Along the way, you’ll stop in the medieval town of Cesky Krumlov, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for an included lunch at a local restaurant.

    You arrive in Prague in the late afternoon and check into your hotel. Your evening is at leisure. Dinner tonight is on your own.

  • Explore Prague's Golden Lane

    After breakfast, set out to explore Prague. During the reign of Charles IV, King of Bohemia and Moravia, Prague was the seat of the Holy Roman Empire. Later, it was the vital center of the Habsburgs. While other European capitals were leveled during World War II, Prague survived virtually intact.

    Visit Stare Mesto, the Old Town, with its many wonderful Gothic and Baroque buildings, and see the famous 15th-century Astronomical Clock at the Old Town Hall. Every hour, crowds assemble below to watch Christ and the twelve Apostles appear at two little windows above the clock face, followed by the skeleton of Death tolling the bell. Stroll across the city's famed Charles Bridge, a 15th-century structure spanning the Vltava River that functions as a makeshift performance and gallery space for musicians, artists, dancers, and more.

    The rest of the day is yours in Prague to spend as you please. This evening, you can choose to attend an optional folk show, which includes dinner.

  • Prague and Budapest

    Join travel expert Rudy Maxa to discover the Old World splendor on display in Prague and Budapest.

    This morning, visit to a local school (when in session) supported by the Grand Circle Foundation. The day is then yours in Prague.

    As it was during the zenith of the Bohemian kingdom, Prague still ranks as the thriving center of the country, with an artistic community reminiscent of Paris in the 1920s. It boasts one of Europe's most notable Jewish quarters, world-class museums and cathedrals, architectural masterpieces that span a thousand years—and mighty Prague Castle. Perched regally over the Vltava River and offering stunning views of the city, Prague Castle is more than 1,000 years old and features residential quarters, chapels, galleries, gardens, and the bustling Castle District surrounding it.

    Tonight, gather with your fellow travelers for a Farewell Dinner at a local restaurant.

    • Meals included:

    After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight home. Or, continue your discoveries with our Highlights of Poland or Dresden & Berlin, Germany, post-trip extensions.

  • POST-TRIP EXTENSION:
    Berlin & Dresden, Germany

    5 nights from only $895

    Discover two of Germany’s best-loved cities: Dresden, a city risen from the ashes of World War II to reclaim its place as an intellectual and cultural center, and Berlin, the imperial capital turned epicenter of the Third Reich whose eventual liberation affected us all.

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  • POST-TRIP EXTENSION:
    Highlights of Poland: Warsaw & Krakow

    5 nights from only $995

    Immerse yourself among the highlights of Poland, and discover all that Warsaw and Krakow have to offer. Explore the history and charm of Warsaw’s Old Town on an included city tour, discover Krakow’s rich architecture and culture with your expert Program Director at your side, and with your fellow travelers, pay a memorable—and moving—visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Auschwitz.

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  • 5 nights from only $895

    Discover two of Germany’s best-loved cities: Dresden, a city risen from the ashes of World War II to reclaim its place as an intellectual and cultural center, and Berlin, the imperial capital turned epicenter of the Third Reich whose eventual liberation affected us all.

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  • 5 nights from only $995

    Immerse yourself among the highlights of Poland, and discover all that Warsaw and Krakow have to offer. Explore the history and charm of Warsaw’s Old Town on an included city tour, discover Krakow’s rich architecture and culture with your expert Program Director at your side, and with your fellow travelers, pay a memorable—and moving—visit to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Auschwitz.

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  • Depart today for your flight to Prague, Czech Republic.

  • Explore Prague's Old Town Square and view Tyn Cathedral

    Arriving in Prague, you'll be met at the airport by a Grand Circle representative and transferred to your hotel. Depending on your arrival time and hotel check-in policy, you may not be able to check into your hotel immediately upon arrival. Your Program Director will advise you of your check-in status and activity schedule for the day when you arrive.

    You have the balance of the day to relax after your overseas flight. You may want to join your Program Director for an orientation walk to get better acquainted with the area around your hotel. Celebrate your arrival in Prague and beginning of your Danube River Cruise Tour with a Welcome Drink and a short orientation briefing, and get acquainted with your traveling companions and your Program Director. This evening, enjoy dinner on your own.

  • Prague and Budapest

    Join travel expert Rudy Maxa to discover the Old World splendor on display in Prague and Budapest.

    After breakfast, set out to explore Prague. During the reign of Charles IV, King of Bohemia and Moravia, Prague was the seat of the Holy Roman Empire. Later, it was the vital center of the Habsburgs. While other European capitals were leveled during World War II, Prague survived virtually intact.

    Visit Stare Mesto, the Old Town, with its many wonderful Gothic and Baroque buildings, and see the famous 15th-century Astronomical Clock at the Old Town Hall. Every hour, crowds assemble below to watch Christ and the twelve Apostles appear at two little windows above the clock face, followed by the skeleton of Death tolling the bell. Stroll across the city's famed Charles Bridge, a 15th-century structure spanning the Vltava River that functions as a makeshift performance and gallery space for musicians, artists, dancers, and more.

    The rest of the day is yours in Prague to spend as you please. This evening, gather with you fellow travelers at a local restaurant for a Welcome Dinner.

  • Explore Prague's Golden Lane

    This morning, visit to a local school (when in session) supported by the Grand Circle Foundation. The day is then yours in Prague.

    As it was during the zenith of the Bohemian kingdom, Prague still ranks as the thriving center of the country, with an artistic community reminiscent of Paris in the 1920s. It boasts one of Europe's most notable Jewish quarters, world-class museums and cathedrals, architectural masterpieces that span a thousand years—and mighty Prague Castle. Perched regally over the Vltava River and offering stunning views of the city, Prague Castle is more than 1,000 years old and features residential quarters, chapels, galleries, gardens, and the bustling Castle District surrounding it.

    This evening, you can choose to attend an optional folk show, which includes dinner.

  • View scenic Cesky Krumlov while cruising through the Czech Republic

    After breakfast at your hotel, transfer to Linz, Austria. Along the way, and prior to crossing the border into Austria, enjoy a walking tour of Cesky Krumlov—a medieval town and UNESCO World Heritage Site—followed by an included lunch at a local restaurant.

    Embark your ship in Linz late this afternoon. Then, gather to mingle with your fellow travelers. Throughout your Central European River Cruise, you'll be invited to nightly Port Talks, during which your Program Director will describe the approaching port area and town prior to arrival so you can prepare for the next day's tour, and so you'll be able to make the best use of your free time at the next day's port of call.

    After this evening's Port Talk, enjoy the Captain's Welcome Dinner.

  • See Hohensalzburg fortress located in Salzburg

    Wake up this morning in Linz, the capital of Upper Austria (one of the country's nine states) that bestrides the Danube. Disembark after breakfast to discoverer the city, followed by a bit of free time to further explore on your own.

    This afternoon, visit the Mauthausen concentration camp with a local guide.

  • View Wachau Valley from aboard the MS Bizet

    Cruising along one of the most beautiful parts of the Danube—the Wachau Valley—this morning on your way to Krems, taking in the stunning landscape of sculpted hills and medieval towns built along the river that comprise this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

    Arrive in Krems this afternoon. After lunch, discover Krems an der Donau—a large, charming town set at the confluence of the Krems and Danbue rivers—on a walking tour. Then, get an introduction to the region's established wine heritage at Winzer Krems, a famed local producer where you'll also enjoy a tasting.

    Tonight, begin cruising to Vienna.

  • 36 Hours in Vienna

    Discover the modern food scene, imperial heritage, and artisanal offerings that await in Vienna.

    Explore Vienna, Austria, this morning, starting at the Ringstrasse—Vienna's grand main boulevard—one of the many achievements of the Emperor Franz Joseph. In 1857, the Emperor ordered the demolition of the ancient city walls, which were no longer needed as fortifications and were impeding the growth of the city. In their place was constructed an elegant 2.5 mile-long boulevard, encircling the city center. The buildings that line the Ringstrasse bring together all the greatest architectural styles in an exuberant celebration of all that seemed possible during the Industrial Revolution.

    Continue on along the city sidewalks, passing by the well-known Imperial Palace, home to many generations of the Habsburg family, and the renowned Spanish Riding School. You'll also do as the locals do during your tour—enjoy a pause in your day at a local coffee house, savoring the relaxed culture (and accompanying culinary treats) of this famed Vienna tradition. Cap your discoveries with time to pursue your own interests before returning to the ship for lunch.

    The rest of the day is yours. You may want to head to the old Jewish Quarter to see the only Viennese synagogue to have survived the 1938 Kristallnacht. Or perhaps explore Austria's capital aboard a fiaker. These horse-drawn carriages have been in business since the 17th century, and drivers are happy to show you the sights and delight you with Viennese anecdotes. You'll also find out for yourself whether or not it's true that drivers whistle strains of Mozart's beloved Magic Flute as they conduct passengers through the city.

    After an early dinner onboard, enjoy an evening at leisure. Or, join an optional excursion to one of Vienna's famed concert halls to attend an enchanting performance of the classical Austrian music of Strauss and Mozart.

  • See Schonbrunn Palace on an optional tour in Vienna

    This morning, explore more of Vienna at your leisure. Or, join us for an optional tour of the expansive summer estate of Habsburg royalty, Schoenbrunn Palace (whose name means “beautiful spring”). Featuring 1,400 rooms, meticulously maintained gardens, and an architectural legacy that stretches back to the 17th century, the palace is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your visit includes a tour of palace highlights and free time to spend exploring the palace's stunning park and gardens.

    As we sail this afternoon, you'll learn the secrets of Apfelstrudel during an exclusive Discovery Series shipboard baking demonstration—and sample the delicious pastry hot from the oven! You are then invited to tour the ship's galley to see where the chef creates your wonderful meals.

    You'll arrive in Bratislava this evening. Dinner tonight is onboard.

  • Explore Slovakia's capital city Bratislava

    Set off on a morning walking tour after Slovakia's capital, Bratislava—the famous Danube city with a picturesque setting at the foot of the Little Carpathian Mountains.

    Once the capital of Hungary, the city has a history dating back to Celtic and Roman times—with the Slavs settling here in the fifth century under their ruler, Bretislav. Under Hungarian rule, it was known as Pozsony, its German-speaking settlers called it Pressburg, and since 1918, it's been called by its Slavic name: Bratislava. The cityscape is dominated by its massive namesake castle, which was a favorite residence of the Habsburg Queen, Maria Theresa, and other aristocrats whose lovely houses cluster at its base.

    Explore Old Town, the historic heart of Bratislava, where you can witness the beautiful St. Martin's Cathedral, built in the 14th and 15th centuries. Stroll along the pedestrian zone to Michael's Gate with its 15th-century tower, offering excellent views of the city. You'll also walk by the Old Town Hall and the neoclassical Primate's Palace, built in the 1800s for the archbishop. In the Palace's Hall of Mirrors, Napoleon and the Austrian Emperor Francis I signed the historic Peace of Pressburg after the battle of Austerlitz in 1805.

    Enjoy time on your own in the city before returning to the ship for lunch. This afternoon, get a taste of local life in Bratislava when you visit the home of an area family for a Home-Hosted Visit complete with coffee and cake.

    This evening, partake in an onboard exclusive Discovery Series discussion about Bratislava's next generation before dinner with your fellow travelers.

  • Discover new friendships during a river cruise along the Danube

    Take in scenic views of the historic city of Esztergom, along with riverside views of the remarkable 16th-century basilica that stands near the banks of the Danube River, as you cruise to Budapest this morning. You'll also have the opportunity to learn about a few of the cherished customs of Central Europe, passed down through the generations, through the lens of your Program Director's personal experiences during an exclusive Discovery Series discussion.

    Arrive in Budapest, disembarking after lunch for a tour of Hungary's lovely capital, situated on both sides of the magnificent Danube River. In Buda, on the western bank of the Danube, you'll see Castle Hill, encircled by ramparts that protect the massive castle complex. Destroyed during World War II, the palace has been restored, approximating its original splendor, and it is now a vast museum complex, where remains of the original structure are displayed. Cross the Danube and see Heroes' Square, with its Millennial Column set off by equestrian statues of historic ninth-century Magyar conquerors. The adjoining colonnade displays more statues of kings, dukes of Transylvania, and liberty fighters who influenced the history of Hungary.

  • View Wachau Valley from aboard the MS Bizet

    Enjoy today at leisure to continue exploring Budapest. Perhaps you'll visit the Church of Our Lady, formerly used for the coronations of Hungarian kings. Its popular name of Matthias is in recognition of the Renaissance king who ruled in the 15th century and whose heraldic sign—a raven—is displayed on one of the towers of the church. Dating back to the 13th century, the structure is an interesting mix of architectural styles used during reconstruction of the building at different times in its history. Note that during the 150-year Turkish occupation of Hungary, the church served as Eski Djami (Old Mosque) for the Turks. Inside the church you can view art of Bertalan Szekely and Karoly Lotz, 19th-century Hungarian painters.

    Or choose to join an optional tour to the Hospital in the Rock. Connected to underground caves below Castle Hill in Buda, this hospital that tended to scores of sick and wounded during World War II, and again during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. During the Cold War era, it was outfitted as a nuclear fallout shelter. Today, it is a museum, with wax figures in period clothing and vintage medical equipment giving visitors a feel for the intensity of the work performed here.

    Tonight, gather with your fellow travelers for a special Captain's Farewell Dinner.

    • Meals included:

    After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight home. Or, continue your discoveries with our Budapest post-trip extension.

  • POST-TRIP EXTENSION:
    Budapest, Hungary

    3 nights from only $645

    Experience Budapest, the lively capital of Hungary and both the political and cultural heart of the nation. Full of monuments to its past, it is also a place of contemporary arts and culture, cafes and restaurants, and museums and galleries—all enhanced by the presence of the mighty Danube.

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